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Roscoe Law
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Real name Roscoe Law
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Height 6'6"
Weight 248 lbs.
Date of birth June 13, 1965
Place of birth Marshfield, WI
Date of death {{{death_date}}}
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Resides Green Bay, WI
Billed from Green Bay, WI
Trainer {{{trainer}}}
Current
federation(s)
Shootclub Wrestling Alliance, Hardkore World
Previous
federation(s)
CWF, CCW, IWA, GWF, IEWL, EMWC, NeFW, DWA
Handled by {{{handler}}}
Win/Loss Record {{{winloss_record}}}
Debut 1986
Retired {{{retired}}}



Roscoe Law is one of the few wrestlers to actively participate in play-by-mail and online wrestling. His career started in the mid to late eighties and he was known as a journeyman wrestler, working for a number of organizations, including the CWF, the CCW, the GWF, the AWF and the legendary IWA. After a fourteen-year absence, Roscoe's career was revived in 2006 when he came out of retirement.


Early History

Roscoe is originally from Marshfield, WI and has a tremendous amateur background. He was a four-time Wisconsin state high school wrestling champion. He went to college at the University of Wisconsin and became a 4-time NCAA wrestling champion.

Starting in the CWF

After graduation in the late eighties, he started his professional career with the Computer Wrestling Federation (Marion, IL) where he found success as a singles wrestler, holding a number of titles. He was arguably one of the most successful wrestler/managers of that time, leading The Swashbucklers to the CWF World Tag Team Titles at Megamania IV in 1990.

Comment: (I remember you bro, I was the Wizard of Wrestling and I managed Max and Mr Hollywood, the good old days haha!)

Other Feds

He was also known as a journeyman wrestler, working for a number of organizations, including the GWF (Pennsylvania), the AWF and the legendary IWA (Willowick, OH). But it would be at Computer Championship Wrestling (Piqua, OH) where he would find his greatest success, winning the CCW World Heavyweight Championship.

Throughout the nineties, Law wrestled and managed sparsely for a number of groups. He made appearances in the IEWL (where he held the BRAWL Title), the EMWC, the UWC and the NEFW (Northeast Federation of Wrestling). In addition to the AWF, Law managed Wasp Man in the Digital Wrestling Alliance and the CWWW. In 1998, Law returned to the EMWC and became their "Chief of Security" for a brief time before leaving the sport altogether. [1]

Hardkore World

In September 2006, he was approached by Hardkore World (an organization which evolved out of the AWF) about coming out of retirement. He agreed and started wrestling for them in late 2006. He defeated Rob Grayson in his return match and the next month got a win over The Shootfighter. But he arguably got his biggest victory over HKW Hall of Famer Rated X at the 2007 Palm Springs Punishment in a brutal encounter. In 2007, he defeated Eric "The Revelation" McNeely in Portland, Oregon to win the Hardkore West Coast Championship, his first title in fourteen years. He would eventually lose the title to Poke the Clown and be one of the last three remaining in his match at Hardkore Helloween 2008.

The following card in Phoenix saw Roscoe return to his winning form by pinning Kilroy Evans in a brutal match and at the end of the card he caused his client Syberus to lose the Hardkore World Heavyweight title to Andrew Karnage. He then immediately dropped a bombshell when he announced that he was teaming up with his former partner and Hardkore World Hall of Famer Matthew X for the 2008 Frank A. Marano Memorial Tag Team Tournament. They would lose in the semi-finals against the team of Syberus and Rally Jackson but Roscoe gained some revenge against Syberus by defeating him for the Hardkore Midwest title in a cage at Palm Springs Punishment 2008.

Hardkore World Main Page

Shootclub Wrestling Alliance

He soon arrived in Shootclub Wrestling Alliance to manage his former client Wasp Man (who he previously managed to gold in the old AWF) and to reform their old stable, Aye Phelta Thi. In February, after handling a legal matter with a previous wrestling organization about a still-binding no-compete clause, he began his wrestling career in Shootclub, starting in Shootcamp and moving up to Vegas Stakes Wrestling. He has since started working in New Orleans for Crescent City Wrestling.

Shootclub Online Wrestling Game

Law Management Services

After a few months, the "Aye Phelta Thi" name was discontinued as well as the concept of the traditional stable. Instead, Law started promoting the management side of his career, evolving the Aye Phelta Thi stable into Law Management Services, LLC. and showcasing his clients. They include or have included:

  • Wasp Man (Shootclub and Hardkore World)
  • The Happy Faces (SC and HKW)
  • "Suicide" Steve West (SC)
  • Sugar Britches (SC)
  • Syberus (HKW)
  • Erock Genova (SC)




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Roscoe's trophies from his early years of fantasy wrestling. From the left:

  • IWA Rat Pack League Champion (1989)
  • CWF World Tag Team Champions—The Swashbucklers (1990) [managed by Roscoe Law]
  • CCW World Heavyweight Champion (1992)
  • CCW World Heavyweight Champion [2 months]
  • CCW World Heavyweight Champion [3 months]

Titles Won

Hardkore World
Hardkore World Television Champion
Hardkore West Coast Heavyweight Champion
Hardkore Midwest Heavyweight Champion


Shootclub (SWA)
SWA United States Tag Team Champion (with "Suicide" Steve West)
CCW Heavyweight Champion [3x]
CCW Television Champion
CCW Louisiana State Champion
CCW Tag Team Champion (with "Suicide" Steve West) [4x]
CCW Bayou Tag Team Champion (with "Suicide" Steve West)
VSW Tag Team Champion (with "Suicide" Steve West) [2x]


CWF (Marion, IL)
CWF European Champion
CWF European Tag Team Champion (with Matthew X)
CWF World 6-Man Television Champ (with Matthew X and "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig)


CCW (Piqua, OH)
CCW World Heavyweight Champion
PPF Heavyweight Champion


IWA (Willowick, OH)
Rat Pack League Champion
IWA Wisconsin State Champion (the first to hold the belt)


IEWL
BRAWL Champion


Awards

E-Wrestling Round Table Top 200
---2007 Mid-Year - #121
---2007 Year-End - #84
Shootclub
---CCW Wrestler of the Month [December 2007]
---CCW Tag Team of the Month (with "Suicide" Steve West) [November & December 2007]
---WWEC Numpty of the Year Award 2008 (bestowed upon an undeserving recipient by a "Cork sucker" who truly knows what it is to be a "numpty")

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